Lal gece


Let me go and fetch you

the entire jewellery shop then.

Glory be!

God has given you all the beauty

in the world, bride.

The bride seems not

think much of the groom.

No, don't think that.

At last we hear the bride's voice.

Of course, if I was blessed

with the beauty of the full moon...

...l'd be coy too.

But I'm not being coy.

Hmm, the bride isn't being coy.

In that case, what is she doing?

I'm not being coy.

I'm just scared.

C'mon, am I that ugly?

God forbid!

That's not what I meant.

I'm just... I'm just scared.

Fate has brought us together.

We're husband and wife now.


We're considered so.

Like it or not,

we can't change that.


What should I say to you, bride?

My mother was around your age

when they married her to my father.

So 13 or 14.

My father was a formidable man.

He was known as 'Sosur'.

That's a name they call grouchy men.

For a whole seven years...

...he refused to take her

to see her mother and father.

Now my gran was a very gentle lady.

And one day she said to my father...

"Really, don't be so heartless.

Take the woman to her family."

"Let her see her mother and father

before they're dead," she said.

No one was expecting my father

to do anything like this.

But he said, "Get the horse ready!"

So the horse was got ready

in the stable.

My mother was helped onto the horse.

Now this was a huge stable.

The richest man in the village,

his stable.

My father walked her back and forth

from one end to the other 15-20 times.

Then he helped her off and said,

"Here we are at your parents' house."

Why are you laughing?

Well, isn't the bride

going to pour some water?

We must perform our ablutions

before the prayer ritual.

Don't worry, I can do it.

In the name of God...


Well, doesn't the bride

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